Laser Acupuncture(Meridian Balancing)
Needle Free Relief
Ancient Wisdom meets Modern Technology
Want to try acupuncture, but don't like needles? Laser acupuncture is as effective, painless, and significantly faster as its ancient counterpart.
What is Acupuncture?
The ancient art of acupuncture has its origins dating back 2,500 years. There is written documentation of what works and what does not. It is the idea that there are points within the body that when stimulated create a desired change. For thousands of years, acupuncture was confined to the insertion of needles into the skin. Now, there is a large and growing body of practitioners who employ the use of painless, low power, cold lasers. Both traditional and laser methods of acupuncture have the same results.
The stimulation of acupuncture points is believed to interact with both the body's interstitium, also known as the extra cellular matrix of the body, which when stimulated cause change in many times, different parts of the body. This is why acupuncture points on the hand and feet can cause change in the torso and head.
What is a Cold Laser?
The lasers this practice employs are Class IIIa level lasers that fall in the same category as simple laser pointers. The difference is that these layers are set to a different frequency which when applied to living tissue, generates cell regeneration, healing, and an anti-inflammatory response. The lasers are painless, and no known side effects have been reported in over 2,500 studies and applications.
What can Laser Acupuncture(Meridian Balancing) do for me?
Both traditional, needle acupuncture and laser acupuncture are based on the Chinese medical system of meridians, and acupuncture points are areas of the body where the body's energy or Qi, move closer to the surface allowing for manipulation in order to cause balance and the desired change in the body. The difference between needle and laser acupuncture is that with lasers, there is not any puncturing of skin. The laser stimulate the points in the same way as a sterile needle.
*Justin Feasel is not a licensed acupuncturist. He has undergone advanced training in Chinese medicine in energetic treatment, acupuncture point location, and Chinese medicine theory. Laser Acupuncture Class IIIa lasers are non-invasive and poses no risk to the recipient, and is within the same self regulatory realm of other modalities such as reflexology. *